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She is married to Johannes OOSTVEEN.

on November 22, 1907 at Houten, Utrecht, Netherlands, she was 28 years old.


  1. Cornelia Petronella (Cor) OOSTVEEN  1908-1983 
  2. Cornelis Johannes (Kees) OOSTVEEN  1910-1950 
  3. Johannes Hendrikus (Hans) OOSTVEEN  1912-2007 
  4. Petrus Antonius (Piet) OOSTVEEN  1914-1996
  5. Johanna Margaretha (Annie) OOSTVEEN  1915-2005 
  6. Antonia Maria (Tonnie) OOSTVEEN  1917-1997

Notes about Bartha SMORENBURG

Emigrated to Canada, sailing from Rotterdam, Netherlands on October 1, 1951, with her daughter, Johanna, and seven grandchildren, travelling on the SS Volendam, arriving at the port of Québec City on October 12, 1951. She was 72 years old when she arrived in Canada.

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  1. 1. Birth: HUA, Civil registration births, Cothen, archive 481, inventory number 569-07, 20-02-1879, record number 11. Bevolkingsregister Heemskerk, 1874-1891. Noord-Hollands Archief, Haarlem, Archive: 1032, Registration number: 672,

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Historical context

  • The temperature on February 19, 1879 was about 0.9 °C. The air pressure was 2 kgf/m2 and came mainly from the south-southeast. The airpressure was 75 cm mercury. The atmospheric humidity was 94%. Source: KNMI
  • Koning Willem III (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1849 till 1890 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
  • In The Netherlands , there was from November 3, 1877 to August 20, 1879 the cabinet Kappeijne van de Coppello, with Mr. J. Kappeijne van de Coppello (liberaal) as prime minister.
  • In The Netherlands , there was from August 20, 1879 to April 23, 1883 the cabinet Van Lijnden van Sandenburg, with Mr. C.Th. baron Van Lijnden van Sandenburg (conservatief-AR) as prime minister.
  • In the year 1879: Source: Wikipedia
    • The Netherlands had about 4.0 million citizens.
    • May 21 » War of the Pacific: Two Chilean ships blocking the harbor of Iquique (then belonging to Peru) battle two Peruvian vessels in the Battle of Iquique.
    • May 31 » Gilmore's Garden in New York City is renamed Madison Square Garden by William Henry Vanderbilt and is opened to the public at 26th Street and Madison Avenue.
    • July 1 » Charles Taze Russell publishes the first edition of the religious magazine The Watchtower.
    • July 8 » Sailing ship USSJeannette departs San Francisco carrying an ill-fated expedition to the North Pole.
    • August 28 » Cetshwayo, last king of the Zulus, is captured by the British.
    • October 8 » War of the Pacific: The Chilean Navy defeats the Peruvian Navy in the Battle of Angamos.

  • The temperature on November 22, 1907 was between -3.7 °C and 2.2 °C and averaged -1.3 °C. There was 4.0 hours of sunshine (47%). The average windspeed was 3 Bft (moderate breeze) and was prevailing from the south east. Source: KNMI
  • Koningin Wilhelmina (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from 1890 till 1948 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
  • In The Netherlands , there was from August 17, 1905 to February 11, 1908 the cabinet De Meester, with Mr. Th. de Meester (unie-liberaal) as prime minister.
  • In the year 1907: Source: Wikipedia
    • The Netherlands had about 5.6 million citizens.
    • September 7 » Cunard Line's RMSLusitania sets sail on her maiden voyage from Liverpool, England, to New York City.
    • September 30 » The McKinley National Memorial, the final resting place of assassinated U.S. President William McKinley and his family, is dedicated in Canton, Ohio.
    • November 16 » Indian Territory and Oklahoma Territory join to form Oklahoma, which is admitted as the 46th U.S. state.
    • December 6 » A coal mine explosion at Monongah, West Virginia, kills 362 workers.
    • December 11 » The New Zealand Parliament Buildings are almost completely destroyed by fire.
    • December 14 » The Thomas W. Lawson, the largest ever ship without a heat engine, runs aground and founders near the Hellweather's Reef within the Isles of Scilly in a gale. The pilot and 15 seamen die.

  • The temperature on July 4, 1966 was between 14.1 °C and 24.0 °C and averaged 18.9 °C. There was 1.3 mm of rain during 0.3 hours. There was 4.7 hours of sunshine (28%). The partly or heavily clouded was. The average windspeed was 2 Bft (weak wind) and was prevailing from the south-southwest. Source: KNMI
  • Koningin Juliana (Huis van Oranje-Nassau) was from September 4, 1948 till April 30, 1980 sovereign of the Netherlands (also known as Koninkrijk der Nederlanden)
  • In The Netherlands , there was from April 14, 1965 to November 22, 1966 the cabinet Cals, with Mr. J.M.L.Th. Cals (KVP) as prime minister.
  • In The Netherlands , there was from November 22, 1966 to April 5, 1967 the cabinet Zijlstra, with Prof. dr. J. Zijlstra (ARP) as prime minister.
  • In the year 1966: Source: Wikipedia
    • The Netherlands had about 12.4 million citizens.
    • January 17 » Palomares incident: A B-52 bomber collides with a KC-135 Stratotanker over Spain, killing seven airmen, and dropping three 70-kiloton nuclear bombs near the town of Palomares and another one into the sea.
    • May 26 » British Guiana gains independence, becoming Guyana.
    • August 29 » Leading Egyptian thinker Sayyid Qutb is executed for plotting the assassination of President Gamal Abdel Nasser.
    • October 22 » The Supremes become the first all-female music group to attain a No. 1 selling album (The Supremes A' Go-Go).
    • November 8 » U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs into law an antitrust exemption allowing the National Football League to merge with the upstart American Football League.
    • December 5 » The musical I Do! I Do!, starring Mary Martin and Robert Preston opens at the 46th Street Theatre, in New York City, and closes on June 15, 1968, after 560 performances.

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